By Nicki Scully
Combines shamanism, alchemy, and effort medication to create a distinct therapeutic modality
• Explores tips on how to flip the bottom substance of who you are--the darkish secret of your subconscious--into the alchemical gold of data and enlightenment
• contains thoughts of far-off therapeutic and dealing with energy animals and plant, mineral, and elemental spirits
• indicates easy methods to make the most of the common lifestyles strength to reawaken inherent therapeutic abilities
Alchemical Healing brings jointly leading edge options of shamanism and lively therapeutic with the rules of alchemy, making a functional kind of actual therapeutic, healing counseling, and non secular development. the writer presents how one can combine spirit and subject, to improve communications among divinity and humanity, to retrieve wisdom, and to steer actual fact with the intention to in attaining therapeutic and transformation. With basic instructions, readers are guided via attunements and empowerments that entry the common existence strength strength and a five-element approach for therapeutic themselves and others. They study strong ideas, comparable to psychic surgical procedure, far away therapeutic, and the way to paintings with strength animals and plant, mineral, and elemental spirit publications. Alchemical Healing offers a sacred trip into the main profound rules and mysteries of construction. It bargains either an artwork shape and a non secular direction that develops one’s skill to co-create the long run with the knowledge of the spirit international.
By Eckhart Tolle
By Randy Alcorn
What's going to heaven be like? Randy Alcorn provides a completely biblical resolution, in line with years of cautious research, awarded in a fascinating, reader-friendly variety. His conclusions will shock readers and stretch their pondering this crucial topic. Heaven will motivate readers to lengthy for heaven whereas they're dwelling in the world.
By Debbie Ford
From Debbie Ford, the writer whose inspiring phrases have helped hundreds of thousands of readers, Courage has the ability to alter your lifestyles. A tried-and-tested, process-driven method of conquering our fears, accepting our flaws, and tapping into our power, Courage will aid readers observe the boldness they should accomplish anything.
In this own and robust advisor to self-actualization, Ford makes use of the years of knowledge she has accrued as a non secular instructor and private development trainer to carry an integral instrument for a person wanting to develop into their very own top self—a excellent healthy for readers of Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, and Judith Orloff, for brand new readers of Debbie Ford, and for longtime enthusiasts of her nationwide bestselling books The 21-Day awareness Cleanse, The darkish aspect of the sunshine Chasers, The mystery of the Shadow, and more.
By Drew Brees, Chris Fabry
While a in all probability career-ending shoulder harm left quarterback Drew Brees and not using a team―and dealing with the daunting job of getting to profit to throw a soccer in every single place again―coaches round the NFL puzzled, Will he ever come back? After storm Katrina devastated New Orleans, leaving greater than eighty percentage of town underwater, many questioned, Will the town ever come back? And with their stadium reworked right into a makeshift refugee camp, forcing the Saints to play their whole 2005 season at the street, humans wondered, Will the Saints ever come back? It takes a unique individual to show adversity into good fortune and depression into hope―yet that's precisely what tremendous Bowl MVP Drew Brees has done―and with the load of a whole urban on his shoulders. Coming again Stronger is the last word comeback tale, not just of 1 of the NFL’s most sensible quarterbacks, but additionally of a urban and a group that many had all yet given up on. Brees’s inspiring message of wish and encouragement proves that with sufficient religion, decision, and center, you could conquer any difficulty lifestyles throws your manner and never in simple terms get back, yet get back enhanced.
By Trevor Herriot
“The prose of Jacob’s Wound is delicate and burnished, with many poetic touches and pictures of startling clarity.”—Globe and Mail
This hugely acclaimed paintings displays at the nature that we, and our religions, sprang from. The biblical tale of Jacob, the patriarch of the Judeo-Christian culture wrestling with a spirit, has been interpreted in a large number of the way, yet by no means extra persuasively than by means of Trevor Herriot in Jacob’s Wound. The principal inspiration is that Jacob, representing the farmer and civilized guy, suffers a deep wound while he swindles the birthright of Esau, representing the hunter and primitive guy. Herriot queries no matter if we, as Jacob did with Esau, can finally reconcile with the desolate tract that we've got conquered and feature been estranged from for therefore lengthy. Jacob’s Wound takes readers on an untrodden course via historical past, nature, technology, and theology, sharing tales and private reports that superbly light up what we as soon as have been and what we've got become.
Trevor Herriot is the writer of River in a Dry Land, which used to be hugely praised through reviewers and gained 4 awards. A self-taught naturalist and a Catholic who has lately back to the church, Herriot has lived such a lot of his existence in Saskatchewan.
By A. H. Almaas
During this publication Almaas brings jointly strategies and reports drawn from modern item family members idea, Freudian-based ego psychology, case stories from his personal non secular perform, and instructing from the top degrees of Buddhist and different jap practices. He demanding situations us to seem not just on the character and the content material of the brain, but additionally on the underlying nature of the brain itself.
By Mitsugi Saotome
Here's a special approach to the lessons of the founding father of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba, as interpreted by way of his direct scholar of fifteen years. Mitsugi Saotome examines the non secular philosophy of the Founder, the warrior beliefs of feudal Japan because the foundation of his martial arts philosophy, and the medical rules underlying the philosophy of Aikido strategy.
The writer indicates that the actual circulation of Aikido is the embodiment of rules of the spirit. damaging strength isn't really countered with aggression yet is managed and redirected in the course of the energy and stability of spiral stream. this can be the form of Aikido and the dynamic form on the origin of all energies of life. Aikido flow can basically be understood from its roots in common legislation and the strategies of nature. The honest perform and examine of Aikido deepens our appreciation for the perfection of nature's stability and brings us again into concord with our surroundings, folks, and ourselves.
Abundantly illustrated with the author's drawings, diagrams, and calligraphies, in addition to pictures demonstrating Aikido innovations, the e-book additionally bargains a heritage of Aikido, own anecdotes in regards to the Founder, and translations of numerous of his lectures.
By Richard Rohr
Dissolve the distractions of ego to discover our actual selves in God
In his bestselling publication Falling Upward, Richard Rohr referred to ego (or the fake Self) and the way it will get within the manner of non secular adulthood. but when there is a fake Self, is there additionally a real Self? what's it? How is it chanced on? Why does it topic? And what does it need to do with the religious trip? This publication likens precise Self to a diamond, buried deep inside of us, shaped lower than the serious strain of our lives, that has to be looked for, exposed, separated from the entire particles of ego that surrounds it. In a feeling real Self needs to, like Jesus, be resurrected, and that method isn't really resuscitation yet transformation.
- Shows how one can navigate spiritually tough terrain with transparent imaginative and prescient and instruments to discover our actual Selves
- Written through Father Richard Rohr, the bestselling writer of Falling Upward
- Examines the elemental problems with who we're and is helping us on our direction of non secular maturity
Immortal Diamond (whose name is taken from a line in a Gerard Manley Hopkins poem) explores the private questions of identification, spirituality, and that means in Richard Rohr's inimitable style.
By Ziony Zevit
The backyard of Eden tale, essentially the most well-known narratives in Western heritage, is usually learn as an historical account of unique sin and humanity’s fall from divine grace. during this hugely cutting edge examine, Ziony Zevit argues that this isn't how historical Israelites understood the early biblical textual content. Drawing on such assorted disciplines as bible study, geography, archaeology, mythology, anthropology, biology, poetics, legislations, linguistics, and literary conception, he clarifies the worldview of the traditional Israelite readers in the course of the First Temple interval and elucidates what the tale most likely intended in its unique context.
Most provocatively, he contends that our rules approximately unique sin are dependent upon misconceptions originating within the moment Temple interval less than the impact of Hellenism. He exhibits how, for historic Israelites, the tale was once fairly approximately how people completed moral discernment. He argues extra that Adam was once now not made up of dirt and that Eve was once no longer made of Adam’s rib. His learn unsettles a lot of what has been taken without any consideration concerning the tale for greater than millennia and has far-reaching implications for either literary and theological interpreters.